I'm planning a post C19 trip. Here's the current routing: Denver, Glacier NP, Banff NP, Revelstoke, Kelowna, Denver. This is an all pavement trip focusing on curvy roads and National Parks (for the stickers mostly). This is a solo trip starting near Aug 1. It's also my second trip ever on a motorcycle. I think I have the gear aspect figured out. I'll post up my kit this summer as this trip gets refined. Here's my GO NORTH! Furkot Route! Take a peek, post your thought and suggestions. My plan is to camp as much as possible, but I'll bail into a hotel if I get weary. It's a very ambitious route. I'm planning on trying to get it done in 11 days because I have to be back in town for a wedding, but I'm also considering flying home for the wedding and back to the bike if I have to; another option is to cut the Canadian portion out, depending on time, weather delays, C19 border closures, etc. If anyone has some jewels hidden in their stash, I'm looking for suggestions for: Fishing; I'd like to catch my own dinner when I have time to fish. I'll have very basic travel fly-fishing gear. This is a whim, I'm not a fisherman, but I'll take gear and try to camp close to fishing. Camping; Fishing, I'd like to camp at spots that have very easy access to fishing, but I don't want to spend a lot of time going off the main route to find camping, I'll compromise both fishing and camping in the consideration of time. Camping; Hot Springs, I'd prefer to camp at locations with hot springs. Natural is better, but I'll camp anywhere I can soak after dinner, e.g. campgrounds with hot spring "pools" are okay. This take precedence over the fishing. Road condition; This is an all paved route, and I'm riding a sport-touring pavement princess. I'm looking to get as many corners as possible. If any of my roads or routes are suspect due to the intel I get back, I'll reroute to a better condition road. I'm trying to strike the perfect balance between excellent roads and NOT getting on the busier highways. Gear, food, entertainment, Should I take the drone, fly-rod, etc... I'll post up my kit later this summer, but I'm open to suggestions. On my last 1600 mile CO-UT trip, I overpacked... What are your rules-of-thumb- for packing? I'll wear almost all synthetics, so washing and drying undies and such can easily be accomplished with bio-degradable soap and some fresh running water. Coffee, Coffee, Coffee; Good Decaf Coffee is important. What's your solution? Do you know of a good independent coffee house along this route? I'm traveling on a 2018 KTM 1290 Super Adventure S with Shad 36L side bags and a Shad 45L dry bag. I also strap a 2L camel back to the seat behind me for hydration. If I take the drone, I'll probably put it in a tank bag. Drones are a lot of time/work for a little footage, but I think I'd like to tell this story with photos and videos. Thanks everyone, I'm looking forward to this adventure.